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76 Cody Buckel SP
Height/Weight: 6-1/185 | Birthdate: 6/18/1992 | Birthplace: Thousand Oaks, CA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Texas | College: None | MLB Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 1/0 | Average Draft Position: 287.00
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2014 Season (CBSSports.com)0.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
 
 
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
06/22/2014Trevor Plouffe, 3B MIN
Cody Buckel, SP TEX
Jesus Aguilar, 1B CLE
Juan Uribe, 3B LAD
Kendrys Morales, DH SEA
Alex Yarbrough, 2B LAA
 
 
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Rangers feel Cody Buckel is 'back on track'
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(1/23/14) After taking home honors as the Rangers' top minor-league pitcher in 2012, Cody Buckel took a big step back in 2013, mostly due to control problems. If really bad numbers make you squeamish, then look away now.

The right-handed pitching prospect, who entered last season as a top-100 prospect (No. 87) by MLB.com, lasted just eight outings (seven starts) and was even demoted from Double-A Frisco to the Arizona Rookie League. Buckel was 0-6 with a 21.09 ERA and 4.22 WHIP. He totaled just 10 2/3 innings and walked 29.5 batters per nine innings. Ouch.

Yet, despite his awful 2013 season, the Rangers are confident Buckel can regain his form as a top pitching prospect.

"Last year was a lost year in a lot of respects, but he never stopped working," general manager Jon Daniels told The Dallas Morning News.

Buckel stepped away from the game in August before returning to work in December by spending about three weeks at the pitching-oriented Texas Baseball Ranch in Montgomery. He's now expected to report to the team's minor-league facility in Arizona to resume workouts Friday.

"Cody is doing really well," minor-league pitching coordinator Danny Clark said. "His mindset is good. There are a lot of positives from Cody. I feel like Cody is back on track."

Cody Buckel takes another step backward
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com
(5/7/13) After a brief -- and apparently failed -- attempt in the bullpen at Double-A Frisco, the Rangers transferred pitching prospect Cody Buckel to extended spring training, Fox Sports Southwest reports. It's the latest setback in the 20-year-old's development as he was pulled from the starting rotation last week after posting a woeful 18.00 ERA over five games.

Buckel appeared in one game out of the bullpen and surrendered three runs and three walks while registering just one out. The right-hander struck out just nine batters while walking 28 over 9 1/3 innings with Frisco before the drop to extended spring.

Cody Buckel to work on command in bullpen
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com
(4/30/13) On the heels of another poor performance with Double-A Frisco last week, the Rangers shifted pitching prospect Cody Buckel to the bullpen in order to help him regain his command, Fox Sports Southwest reports. Buckel, who entered the season as the team's top pitching prospect by MLB.com, was rocked for six runs without recording an out during his fifth start last Saturday.

The right-hander dazzled members of the organization last year with his strong strikeout rate -- 159 in 144 2/3 innings over 26 games in Class A and Double-A -- but has flopped this season. Buckel has walked a staggering 25 batters and struck out just nine while permitting 24 runs (18 earned) in just nine innings. He has reached three innings only once and is carrying an 18.00 ERA.

Cody Buckel struggling in minors
by Adam Moore | CBSSports.com
(4/28/13) Rangers pitching prospect Cody Buckel, who is ranked the team's fourth-best prospect, according to MLB.com, had another rough outing for Double-A Frisco Saturday night.

Buckel was pulled after facing just six batters without recording an out. He allowed one single, three walks, and hit two batters and only nine of his 29 pitches were strikes.

Buckel is now 0-4 with a 18.00 ERA in five starts with Frisco. He has 25 walks compared to just nine strikeouts over 25 innings.
Buckel sent back down
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(3/6/13) The Rangers sent starting pitcher Cody Buckel back to minor league camp Wednesday, after a pair of poor showings in spring training. Buckel, the organization’s minor league pitcher of the year last season, allowed seven earned runs in just one innings of spring training action. He was considered a long shot to make the rotation.
 
 
 

 
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DateOppTimeScheduled Starter
8/1/14@ CLE7:05 pmDanny Salazar
8/2/14@ CLE7:05 pmT.J. House
8/3/14@ CLE1:05 pmTrevor Bauer
8/4/14@ CHW8:10 pmHector Noesi
8/5/14@ CHW8:10 pmJohn Danks
8/6/14@ CHW2:10 pmChris Sale
8/8/14@ HOU8:10 pmBrett Oberholtzer
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